is what this sky says to me.
I have been talking to my computer for days if you are wondering why I haven't been by to visit. It decided to go loopy on me. It decided to freeze, would not move no matter what I promised. I would ask it to do one small task and then would lay down in the floor, hoping that it would complete that task when I was not looking.
Three evenings I have laid in this floor, trying to convince my computer to cooperate. I guess I finally stroked enough keys to make it happy. My desktop is active, my picture is back, my email is working, and I can post without waiting for hours. If my answers to mail seem clipped, they were. I would type one l-e-t-t-e- r at a time as I waited for the words to appear. It was very difficult to not rip this thing out by all its cords and jump up and down on it repeatedly.
I have discovered I have more patience than I realized. Thank God for that, I really could not afford another computer.
Now the storms are moving in and I shall unplug to avoid the lightening strikes and pray you are all safe tonight.